"For more than 30 years, state law has made it clear individuals with disabilities have the same right as the general public to the full and free use of streets, sidewalks, walkways and public buildings and facilities," Lockyer said. "City and county officials and their building departments are mandated to enforce these equal access laws. If they don't fully and promptly investigate and take timely corrective action when they receive complaints, I will step in and ensure the laws are enforced on behalf of the community."